• HOUSE 1 - PLANTS & POTS

    Par Alex O, Alexandre, Allae, Amelie, Christian, Dana, Enea, fanny, Florence, Liliana, Maria, Mathilde, Maude, Morgan, Nicolas, Paulo, Simon, Tom, 24/04/16

    Since we are on the North facade, we use the South facade which absorbs most of the sun to make openings. In this way we permit the most sun rays possible to pass through trellis.

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         Maquette 1:5 Garden in Process. 


    By studying the position of the sun between April and May (the time of the construction process) the optimal position for every plant could be decided. This is done in relation to the needs of every plant when it comes to sun and water. For example, the facades the most sunny are ideal for plants with great need of light. 


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    A First study of the site in relation to the sunlight rays which is later analysed relating it to the plants to be planted. 

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    Aromatic plants are planted on the bottom part in order to be able to collect their leaves, whereas the plants on the top are different types of flowers.

    The tables above show the needs of each plant. We created them in order to sort out the best way to grow up and take care of each plant. 


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    The plan of the pots on each level of the garden with all the different plants. 


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    Pots in process and the final result. Maquette 1:5

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    Final Pot 1:1


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  • HOUSE 1- STUCTURE

    Par Alex O, Alexandre, Allae, Amelie, Christian, Dana, Enea, fanny, Florence, Liliana, Maria, Mathilde, Maude, Morgan, Nicolas, Paulo, Simon, Tom, 24/04/16

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    Structural system composed by 10 lattices, 34 pots and 6 rings 



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    Dessin axonométrique à la main de notre structure dans la protostructure complète


    This garden is made of an inverted pyramidal void. This void is generated by lattices occupying the negative area of the form.

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  • HOUSE 1- CONCEPT

    Par Maude, Alex O, Alexandre, Allae, Amelie, Christian, Dana, Enea, fanny, Florence, Liliana, Maria, Mathilde, Morgan, Nicolas, Paulo, Simon, Tom, 24/04/16

    The room in our project is a garden. And this garden, is an observatory, non-inhabited Structure. Since no user is allowed within, there is no direct interaction between the user and the garden. He thus automatically becomes the observer of the plants while growing.

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                                                    Superstudio inspiration: the notion of panopticism and the idea of the garden as a bubble 


    The Garden may be compared to a green bubble within the protostructure. It is an isolation area in which only one observer may enter at a time. Once the observer enters from below, he is the central point of this garden. He may observe everything around him at 360 degrees. Even if he is physically in the protostructure he is in another environment. He experiences a radical change between the exterior and the interior of the garden.


    Inspirations: 

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        Diagram of the projet PF1, by the Young Architects Program (YAP)      -    Living Pavillon Competition Stage, by BEHIN HA, Design Studio LLC





  • HOUSE 1 - Week 2

    Par Alex O, Alexandre, Allae, Amelie, Christian, Dana, Enea, fanny, Florence, Liliana, Maria, Mathilde, Maude, Morgan, Nicolas, Paulo, Simon, Tom, 20/04/16

    Garden of Panoptic D-lights :

    De cette première forme cylindrique on a décidé de radicaliser le projet et de le ramener à l'essentiel, les plantes, leur observation et la création d'une zone de verdure en grande partie fermée au sein de la protostructure.

    Par une assemblage de treillis triangulaire en bois sur 4 faces où viennent s'appuyer les plantes, on obtient une sorte de pyramide inversée où l'observateur peut se placer en dessous et avoir une vue panoptique du jardin.

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    Maquettes 1:10 tests des treillis qui supporterons nos pots de plantes


    La première étape consiste à comprendre comment viennent s'assembler ces treillis à la protostructure.

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    Test 1:1 d'un treillis pour comprendre les dimensions réelles et les problématiques de montage

    Ensuite vient la problématique de la conception des pots de plantes et de l'assemblage entre ceux-ci et les treillis.

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    Pot de plante 1:1 et visualisation de sa position sur le treillis test

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    Détail constructif du treillis

  • HOUSE 1 - Week 1

    Par Alex O, Alexandre, Allae, Amelie, Christian, Dana, Enea, fanny, Florence, Liliana, Maria, Mathilde, Maude, Morgan, Nicolas, Paulo, Simon, Tom, 10/04/16
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    Cultiver un potager vertical cylindrique accessible par un escalier circulaire tournant autour. Le panoptisme s'exprime à travers la porosité du cylindre composé d'éléments verticaux ponctuels où viennent s'insérer les plantes. Le jardin et les utilisateurs eux-mêmes deviennent les sujets de l'observation à travers ce parcours montant. Le parcours devient donc le générateur de la pièce.

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    Modular design propositions - the first image, a frame, and the second image, a module (1:5).

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    Cylindrical sketch models

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    iterative process

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    Initial light study